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The International Classification of Retinopathy of Prematurity revisited. The International Classification of Retinopathy of immaturity (ICROP) was revealed in two components, the primary in 1984 and later distended in 1987. it had been a agreement statement of a global cluster of retinopathy of immaturity specialists. the first classification has expedited the event of huge multicenter
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Eritrea is a country of North Eastern Africa, areas where sorghum is originated and believed to be the center of its domesticated. The country bordered on the east by the Red Sea, the south by Djibouti and Ethiopia and the north and west by Sudan. It has a land area of 125,000 square kilometers. According
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Overriding Imatinib Resistance with a Novel ABL Kinase Inhibitor Resistance to the ABL enzyme matter imatinib (STI571 or Gleevec) in chronic chronic myelocytic leukemia (CML) happens through choice for neoplasm cells harboring BCR-ABL enzyme domain purpose mutations that interfere with drug binding. Crystallographic studies predict that almost all imatinib-resistant mutants ought to stay sensitive to
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The process of change being undertaken by public administration in recent years leaves us, as citizens, surprised by the intensity and the constancy of the efforts being made in rethinking both reference systems as well as organizational procedures adopted by public institutions to provide services to communities. This concept can be summarized by the term
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Self help groups (SHGs) have been instrumental in women empowerment by enabling them to work together. Members engaged in food processing activities have the potential to empower them through the capacity building that underpins sustainable agriculture. The findings of the study reveals that women who never used to step outside the four walls of their
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Several individuals from top management seem to be confused about the difference between creativity and innovativeness. [1] suggests that while innovation begins with creative ideas, creativity by individuals and teams is only a starting point for innovation. Individual creativity is necessary but not sufficient to yield breakthrough innovation in organizations. This can sometimes cause confusion
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Vermicomposting technology is a simple and quick process of converting farm waste into valuable compost which in-turn acts as a source of the organic amendment for improving soil health enhancing crop production, in which certain species of earthworms are used to enhance the process of waste conversion and produce a better end product. Vermicompost has
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Climate change is one of the greatest global challenges of our time. Impact of climate change can be felt in many areas including agriculture. Agriculture is primary occupation of a human being. Among all the human activities, agriculture being the mostly weather dependent is physically and economically more vulnerable to climate change. With climate change
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Aim: This paper focused on the social protection activities of self-help groups in Southeast Nigeria against the background of the 2030 global agenda for sustainable development. Study Design: Systematic review of relevant literature enabled the study. Place: Southeast Nigeria at Latitude 5⁰N and 7⁰30′ and Longitude 5⁰E and 10⁰E. Methodology: This study reviewed related studies
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The study was conducted to assess the contribution of the Bank of Agriculture to cassava production in Isoko North Local Government Area. A simple random sampling technique was employed in the selection of six (6) towns and twelve (12) local cassava farmers from each of this six towns. The sample size was seventy two (72).
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